“Buchanan keeps saying…” Two days in a row of postage, twice a week, I thought I was lucky… Unstoppable passion, tongue in cheek commander.

Hanwha Life Eagles Park on the 24th after the Daejeon Hanwha game was canceled due to rain.

The Samsung players had to repack their unpacked luggage less than an hour after arriving at the stadium from Sejong.

They didn’t even have time to train indoors. Samsung head coach Park Jin-man said, “We trained (outdoors) yesterday. We’re going straight to Daegu. It’s better to rest when resting.”

“Widner, Baek Jeong-hyun, and Won Tae-in will go out in that order,” Park told reporters about the starting lineup against Daegu Kiwoom on the 25th. “At the beginning of the week, Widener was in the bullpen, but I don’t think it will be a big problem to push it back a day,” he said.

“Buchanan will be next Tuesday and Choi Chae-heung on Wednesday,” he said. “But then Buchanan said he wanted to pitch me on Sunday, so…” he said, looking perplexed.

He must have been begging the coaching staff for a Sunday start so he could throw as soon as possible. It was obvious that he had been forced to dry it.

Buchanan high-fives manager Park Jin-man after pitching the sixth inning.
Buchanan would have started against Kiwoom on Sunday, the 27th, had it not been for two consecutive rainouts.

However, due to the rain cancellation on the 23rd and 24th, Buchanan’s second start of the week was naturally pushed back to next week. Manager Park Jin-man hoped and expected that this week’s rain would happen.

So when Buchanan threw 95 pitches in the sixth inning against Hanwha in Daejeon on April 22, he didn’t force him to take the mound again in the seventh. There was almost certainly rain in the forecast.

Manager Park Jin-man said of Buchanan, who started that day, “His throat is still not completely clear, but I think he can throw.” “I will decide whether to start him on Sunday (against Daegu Kiwoom on the 27th) after watching today’s game. There is also the news of rain this week…” and hinted that he could avoid the twice-weekly appearance.

Buchanan has had a rough start to the month.

On April 4, he pitched through the seventh inning against LG Electronics in Daegu despite hand cramps. On the 11th, he threw a whopping 127 pitches to finish the sixth inning against the SSG in Munhak.

On the 16th, when he made his debut after a four-day break, he complained of neck pain after completing the second inning against Daegu LG.

Fortunately, his gallbladder symptoms improved quickly and he was able to pitch that day.

He appeared in the game under question marks. The concerns were unfounded. He threw 116 pitches in seven innings, giving up five hits and two runs (unearned). He gave up two runs in the seventh on an error, two wild pitches, and a walk, but retired the side in order in the sixth.

He threw a lot of pitches, and it’s good to not overdo it considering his body has been showing some signs of trouble lately.

David Buchanan paved the way for a 5-3 comeback win in the first game of the midweek against Hanwha in Daejeon on April 22.

Fortunately, the game was canceled due to rain, but the problem was Buchanan himself.

He slept through his Sunday start, unaware of his manager’s worries. His logic was that it was the day he was supposed to pitch.

When Buchanan was asked in an interview after his 116-pitch outing against Hanwha on April 22, “Can I pitch on Sunday?” he jumped to his feet as if he was being asked a question. “Well, you know how it is, don’t you?”

“If you finish an inning with less than 100 pitches, you’re in the next inning,” he said. A pitcher who’s willing to do whatever it takes to stay on the mound twice a week, even if it means beating out other pitchers.메이저사이트

The Samsung Lions are lucky to have a foreign player like this in the team, even though the coaching staff is busy trying to stop him.